|Peter J Ryan, CCCE (#46960416)|
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Goto 15:30 to see more: http://youtu.be/qfldMHMlTYg?list=PLd7SN7BEWcrAuwXeLsu0sClx9GCIQo91r|
Catholic cemeteries are to be blessed, designating them sacred ground. In keeping with the church's "desires that every Catholic be buried in blessed ground," non-Catholic cemeteries, where possible, should allow a separate Catholic section and that should be blessed. If there cannot be a Catholic section, an individual grave must be blessed before the body of the deceased is lowered into it.
2013 - Director - Catholic Cemeteries - DRVC
2010 Acting Director - Catholic Cemeteries - DRVC
Member of the
Metropolitan Cemetery Association (MCA)
Member of the
Catholic Cemetery Conference (CCC)
Member of the
New York State Association of Cemeteries (NYSAC).
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|Sharon Della Vecchia||Pictures|
I was wondering how I can get pictures of a family buried in the Cemetery of Holy Rood. I live in CT so it is a distance away from me.
The family name is Della Vecchio. They are buried in Section 5, Range X, Plot 34. I am looking for Mariano, Carmela, Jennie, Albert, and Carmine's head stones. Their last name can also be spelled as: Della Vecchia, Dellavecchia, Delvecchia.
Thankyou very much for such a quick response. I thought for sure my cousins (All deceased) had purchased a headstone for my aunt and uncle.
Thank you SO much for taking this picture for me. Thank you also for being a volunteer and contributing to this website. I appreciate your time and effort and will pay your kindness forward. Best, Cara
Added by BKGenie on Nov 17, 2009 7:47 AM
|little Marie||RE: Name Check|
no my name is marie my grand parents that passed are marion a librando and edward librando my nana was born aug 22 1920 and died july 1987 and my poppa edward born on sept 23 1916 and died dec 9 1988 thank you for sending a reply i appriciate all you did
|Karen Kobus||WOW! Thank you so much.|
The internet continues to amaze me. This morning I heard of Find a Grave for the first time ever. I send a request for a photo of my grandparents headstone, which I have never seen. Voila! Hours later, after waiting more than 30 years to see it, here is a photo thanks to you!
I am so grateful! You are the best. My grandparents lived in Old Westbury, @ "6 The Pines" (I think that is the house number). Do you live nearby there and the cemetery?
God Bless you!
|Dara Allen||My Grandparents', mother's and cousin's tombstones|
Thank you so much for fulfilling my photo request, and so quickly. I really appreciate your effort. Many thanks.
|Stephanie McKenney||Shared memorial|
Thank you for the picture of the memorial at the "shared section". Is this the section for stillborns? I assume that there are no headstones there. Thank you again, Stephanie McKenney.
|Rebecca Scano||Angelo and Mary Fina|
Thank you so much for the picture. It is lovely...man are you fast!
Thank you for taking the photograph of the grave for Catherine Mann. I had thought there was a flat stone but even so, I am happy to have the photograph of her final resting place.
Thank you for taking the time to Photograph the Memorial of our family member!
Added by kelly on Apr 24, 2009 3:19 PM
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